We host events to connect you with leaders, increase your visibility, and give you timely insights. Take advantage of our supportive business network by attending or sponsoring an event.

  • Events Calendar and Sponsor Opportunities

    Save the date! Here's a full list of the exciting 2019 events calendar. We hold educational seminars, public policy meetings, networking events, and special events to honor business community leaders throughout the year.

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  • Awards and Recognition

    Throughout the year, the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce recognizes outstanding companies and individuals at several events and award programs!

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  • Chamber Events App - SOCIO

    Use this app to access information about our events & meetings.

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  • Speak at a Chamber Event

    Are you an expert in your field? The SC Chamber is always looking for dynamic speakers to share knowledge with your peers.

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  • Safety Awards Luncheon

    March 28, 2019 | Columbia, SC
    This program recognizes companies with a commendable Lost Workday Case Rate (Days Away From Work) during the previous calendar year. All qualifying companies are recognized during the luncheon.

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  • 2019 Salute to Small Business

    May 01, 2019 | Columbia
    Connect with business leaders at our exhibitor showcase, networking space, and procurement matchmaker event and celebrate small business triumphs at our annual awards ceremony.

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  • 2019 Best Places to Work in South Carolina

    August 01, 2019 | Columbia
    Best Places to Work is a crowd pleasing, cheer inducing celebration of all things great about innovation in workforce policies and programs. Does your company have what it takes to make the list?

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  • 2019 Washington Night in South Carolina

    August 22, 2019 | Columbia
    Held during Congress’s August recess, Washington Night is part two of our federal event series. Utilizing a town hall format, our members and guests are able to interact and listen to the Congressional delegation talk about issues in Washington that affect business in SC.

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  • 2019 DisruptHR Greenville

    September 10, 2019 | Greenville
    The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce and Anderson University are proud to co-host the 2nd annual DisruptHR Greenville. Disrupt is an information exchange designed to energize, inform, and empower people in the HR field.

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  • 2019 LeadSC Leadership Lab

    September - November, 2019 | Columbia
    Designed specifically for professionals who are looking to move up in their careers, this intensive class will help participants cultivate a deeper level of self-knowledge, including an understanding of core values, beliefs, and purpose. Participants will meet throughout the eight-week timeframe. The curriculum is a mixture of in-person class meetings, one-on-one coaching calls, and group video conferencing coaching sessions.

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  • 2019 SC SHRM State Conference

    September 25-27, 2019 | Myrtle Beach
    Join us in Myrtle Beach for South Carolina's Biggest and Best HR conference! SC SHRM is teaming up with the SC Chamber of Commerce to plot a journey for learning, networking, and fun.

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  • 40th Annual Summit

    November 20 - 21, 2019 | Isle of Palms
    The Chamber’s annual meeting and signature event is the premier gathering of the state’s top business leaders. The Summit dinner honors our Business Leader of the Year, and the luncheon recognizes the winners of the Diversity Awards, Business Week scholarships, the Sgt. William Jasper Freedom Award, and the Public Servant of the Year Award. Programming centered around timely issues is nestled among networking sessions which make the Summit the pre-eminent place to do business.

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  • 2020 Business Speaks at the State House

    January 28, 2020 | Columbia
    Join us for a gathering of South Carolina's leading businesses, leaders of the General Assembly, and Constitutional Officers as the Chamber hosts a panel discussion on important business issues such as infrastructure, education, workforce development, and regulatory reforms.

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